Friday, March 01, 2002

- The February 2-9, 2002 archive
has been republished in the most
recent weblog format.

- BLOODYMINDED stickers are
currently in production. They
relate to the T-shirts that were
produced last summer. An
announcement will be made
when they are in stock.


Thursday, February 28, 2002

<<"True Crime" process pt.2>>

Some initial notes on the
electronics on this compact
Each of the ten songs contains
five tracks of sound generated
by the Roland MC-202 Micro-
composer analog synthesizers,
created by Mark Solotroff, and
played by Ed Knigge, Steven
Marvin, Megan Emish, and
Pieter Schoolwerth.
There are also two tracks of
sub-bass frequencies on all
of the songs, layered in at
different e.q. settings, and
created by Megan Emish and
Mark Solotroff.
Paolo Bandera, of Sshe Retina
Stimulants, Sigillum S, etc.,
appears on all ten songs, by
way of DAT recordings that
are made up of short wave
generator, synthesizer, and
electronic effects.
Akifumi Nakajima, of Aube
and the G.R.O.S.S. label,
appears on six of the songs.
True to his classic style of
creating recordings from a
"single sound source," his DAT
contribution was made using
"only one monophonic analog
synthesizer," in this case, a
Roland SH-2.

Wednesday, February 27, 2002

No one knows much about
Spooky, like where he comes
from, where he lives, or even
how he gets from one place
to another. He just shows
up at parties, only at night,
and then he disappears.